Weight Watchers Thick Sliced Wholemeal Bread Reviews
Product Type: Weight Watchers Snacks
Description:Brand: Weight Watchers / Type: Bread
Newest Review: ... but I do find that they can be very expensive, for very little product, so I limit it to things that have a much lower points ... more
by - written on 02/01/10 (Very useful, 363 readings)
I do realise that following a review for Mini Eggs with a review for Weightwatchers bread could be considered ironic but as we are trying to cut down on fattening foods at the moment we made the conscious decision to not only reduce the amount of bread that we eat but to also substitute it with a healthier alternative. We are not following the Weightwatchers diet so are not point counting, but for those who are the packaging informs you that there is just 1 point per slice so could be easily incorporated into your Weightwatchers regime. My loaf is a 400 gram thick sliced wholemeal variety and cost just 72p from Morrisons, the packaging is orange in colour and ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/09 (Very useful, 41 readings)
This Weight Watchers bread contains just one Weight Watchers point per slice, and is suitable for vegetarians and those with nut allergies. However, it is not suitable for vegans. I am currently on the Weight Watchers diet and the Weight Watchers Danish loaf had been recommended by a friend. However, I decided that this loaf was too small and so I opted for this loaf instead. The slices of bread are quite large, and are very thick. The bread is not as tasty as many other alternative brands. It is evident that all the bad ingredients have been removed to make this healthier, and as a result, the bread tastes a little like cardboard. When the bread ... Read the complete review
by - written on 09/02/10 (Very useful, 65 readings)
Weight Watchers Thick Sliced Wholemeal Bread Description: Manufacturer: Weight Watchers / Type: Bread Like so many of us, I managed to eat and drink far too much over the festive season. Yes it was great at the time but now my jeans feel tight and I feel a little sluggish, so have been trying to eat healthy foods in order to lose a few pounds. One of the best ways for me to do this is avoid snacking of course, but because I work shifts, this isn't always easy. I find that far too often, I eat the wrong things at the wrong times, so the best way to prevent this is to make sure that I have a decent and fulfilling meal, which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/07/10 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I am a keen member of weight watchers and follow their points plan - most of the time! I find its a great way to lose weight at a realistic pace and still eat the foods you like. If I could, I would buy all weightwatchers products when I went shopping, but I do find that they can be very expensive, for very little product, so I limit it to things that have a much lower points value than a regular product. On my weekly shop I found this wholemeal weight watchers bread in the shelf and thought I'd give it a go, it was on special offer, so wasn't that much more than the regular bread. This bread costs around 68p to 79p, depending on where ... Read the complete review
Products Similar to Weight Watchers Thick Sliced W ...
Weight Watchers Garlic and Herb Ciabatta - Not too fatty, good size for one or two people, tasted fine Could be more garlicky
Weight Watchers Caramel Wafers - Taste nice and not too many calories Quite pricey
Weight Watchers Original Bagels - Lower in calories than standard bagels Unfortunately also lower in taste with a poor consistency
Weight Watchers Hot Chilli Flavour Tortillas - Nice taste and texture Can be expensive so look around
Weight Watchers Cheese & Red Onion Rice Sticks - Fine if you like Walkers French Fries, as these taste similiar! Tastes very strong of onion and lacks on the cheese front!
|More products in Snacks|
All these and are taken from reviews of the dooyooCommunity.
|Kallo Organic Chocolate Rice Cake Thins|
Tastes surprisingly nice
pricey and not readily available at all shops
|Tesco Wheat Biscuits|
Just as tasty as the leading brand
I cant think of one
|Doves Farm Organic Hazelnut Cookies|
Taste great, really crunchy, vegan, suitable for a variety of special diets,
Does not taste much of hazelnut compared to the orange flavouring.
|Greens Dr Who Cookie Kit|
Darlek cookie cutter - easy and fun for kids
|Tesco's Malted Milk Biscuits|
|Tesco Finest Chocolate Caramel Shortbread Squares|
very bad for you
|Cadbury Chocolate Digestives|
Erm- a good snack for your dog!
|Bahlsen Choco Leibniz Dark|
Loads of chocolate!
|Aunt Bessie's Ready to Bake 8 Fruit Scones|
Taste lovely, smell great, not too expensive
They cannot be cut in two without them collapsing